Sunday, October 19, 2008

The Miracle Healing of Prof Dr Nik Omar, Malaysia

Homeopathy Hometruths
Yes to Doctor No
by Alison Nadel

A British Journalist From MAS Magazin

Photo: Dr Nik Omar & President International Homeopathic Medical League at
Oostense, Belgium May 2008

The waiting Room of Dr Nik Omar's clinic is busy. A school boy whose asthma cleared up within a day of homeopathic medicine has come back for some medicine to treat cold. A young woman is waiting for a pregnancy check up and to start a course of medicine for an easy birth. A man whose severe migraines vanished after being treat by Dr Nik six months ago, has dropped in to pick up a repeat prescription.

For them, there is no question that homeopathy works. Like many of Dr Nik's patients, they show little concern

about how or why it is effective. Only a few of the people in his waiting room say that they have come because homeopathy use natural substances. More stress the fact that it is cheap. One elderly man, partially paralysed and walking with a stick, says that since his last heart attack, there is nothing more that his doctor can do for him. Homeopathic is his last hope.

Dr Nik Omar does not fit the stereo type of the dedicated healer quietly pioneering his art. He is too bullish. Both his colleagues and his rivals acknowledge his tremendous energy. All recognize that he, more than any one, is responsible for raising the homeopathic medicine profile in Malaysia.

Dr Nik has written hundred of articles about his work. He is an active member of the international homeopathic community. In 1979 he set up his own version like the French Medical Volunteer Force, medicine sans frontier. He called his, Homeopathic Doctors Without Barrier. He says that his mission in life is to bring homeopathic medicines to every Malaysian man, woman and child.

Dr Nik has trainning in both western and homeopathic medicine. He studies both subjects for five years in Pakistan before going to Britain to train at London Foot Hospital, School of Chiropody, University College, London for two years.

Homeopathic has always been his primary interest. When he returned to Malaysia in 1977, it was homeopathic practice, not a chiropody clinic, that he set up in his home town of Kota Bharu.
Currently, he is conducting a study of infertility which brought one of his most celebrated successes. he calls of a a couple who has been married for 12 years without having children until in desperation, they came to see him.

" They have tried everything In-Vitro, IUI, GIFT and faith healer," he says, " Within only three months of councelling and homeopathic treatment, the women's pregnant was confirmed."
Dr Nik pepares his own medicine from ingredients imported from European countries, US, India and Pakistan. He has seen many miraculous in his treatment. The dosage are tiny and sweets. A standard homeopathic medicine is 'Sulphur' In its homoeopathic form a grain of sulphur is diluted in 99 parts of water and alcohol. This is its 'first potency'. A drop of that mixture is then diluted again in 99 parts of water and alcohol. This is it 'second potency'. This process is repeated until the 30 th potency. No trace of the sulphur remains. All that is said to be left are 'sulphur's medcicinal powers'.

Dr Nik does not, however, dismiss the need for conventional treatment. " No system of medicine has the right to claim it can cure everything, " he said. " If someone appendix is about to burst, they must go for immediate surgery. But if the disease is caught early enough, and treated with homeopathic, then surgery would became almost redundant."

Desspite of this claims being made by Dr Nik and numerous other homeopathic doctors in the world, homeopathy has yet to be welcomed by the orthodox medical establishment with open arms. In a country where alternative system of medicine proliferate, homeopathy suffers from being seen as just another treatment liking any scientific basis.

Such criticism is a sad fact of homeopathic life. Dr Nik treat it likely and points out that homeopathy has face of a long tradition of official opposition since it founder, Samuel Hahnemann was kicked out of Leipzig, nearly 200 years ago. For him the proof of the pudding is in the patients.
- From MAS Magazine, January 1996.

Some of Treatment At our Medical Centre at Pasir Mas Campus, Kelantan, Malaysia

Some Cases Treated at Our Homeopathic & Acupuncture Centre at Pasir Mas, Kg baru Kuala Lumpur, Bangi and Damansara Utama Uptown, PJ
We treat from simple cases of flu, fever to chronic diseases such as Cancer, Nephrotic Syndrome, Lupus, Stroke, etc. Some people says that our clinic is A Reject Clinic, yes because almost 80% od our cases are rejecdted cases from other hospitals and clinic near by.
Some of our patients are coming from Dubai, Egypt, Australia, Cuba , South Africa just to get the 'Healing Touch or Healing Power of Prof Dr Nik Omar' Today we have three foreign patients from Oman, India and Indonesia.
As alternative and Complementary form of treatment, we try our best to help patients to gain health and longervity.
We cant promise anything but we are ready to help desperate terminal ill patients.
Orang Mengatakan Klinik Kami Sebagai Klinik Reject
Memang benar, ramai para pesakit melabelkan klinik kami sebagai Klinik Reject, kerana kebanyakan pesakit yang datang hampir semuanya 'hopeless case' kes yang tidak ada harapan, kes yang menunggu kematian seperti kanser peringkat 3 dan 4 atau penyakit buah pinggang, strok, kencing manis yang hampir dipotong kaki dan sebagainya.
Orang-orang yang tidak ada tempat untuk dirujuk, klinik kami merupakan klinik terakhir untuk mereka MENCUBA NASIB.
Namun dalam kedaan kritikal begini, ada yang sembuh dan ada yang gagal, itu kan lumrah kehidupan. Namun kami tetapt berusaha dan mencuba sedaya upaya.
Muga-Muga Allah Membantu Niat Baik Kami, Amin.

Acupuncture Courses In Malaysia

How To Apply

For Acupuncture Courses in Malaysia

Department of Chinese Medicine - Acupuncture
Faculty of Homeopathy Malaysia ®

Main Campus: No.122 Taman Universiti, Kg Gelang Mas, Meranti
17010 Pasir Mas, Kelantan, Malaysia
Tel: 019-9401915

FAHOM Registration No: KT 0035017-H

Our Research Institute are running various type of courses to suit the individual need. For those who are very busy they may join the Intensive Course for basic understanding of Chinese Medicine in Acupuncture. While those who are going to be the full time practitioners, they need to join the Three Years Professional Programme. All courses will follow the syllabus adopted by The Beijing Academy of Chinese Medicine, China with the collaboration of WHO Nomenclature, and The International Standard of Certification In Acupuncture approved by most of the colleges all over the world.

Subjects Minimum Time Approved

Module One
1. History of China and Acupuncture ( 5 Credit Hours )
2. Anatomy and Physiology ( 10 Credit Hours)
3. Acupuncture terminology ( 5 Credit Hours)
4. Theory Yin and Yang ( 5 Credit Hours)
5. Study of Meridians, Lung, Pericardium, Heart. ( 15 credit Hours )
6. Case Study ( 15 Credit Hours )
7. Examination Part 1 ( 1 Credit Hour )

Module Two
1. Study of Material and Technique ( 5 Credit Hours )
2. Contraindication and Prohibited ( 5 Credit Hours )
3. Dangerous Points ( 5 Credit Hours )
4. Theory of Five Elements ( 5 Credit Hours )
5. Study of Meridians, Large Intestine, Triple Warmer,
Small Intestine. ( 15 Credit Hours )
6. Clinical at our Hospital ( 10 Credit Hours )
7. Outdoor the Case taking ( 30 Credit Hours )
8. Examination Part 2 ( 1 Credit Hour )

Module Three
1. Needling - Type of Needles ( 5 Credit Hours - 1,000 needling)
2. Positions of Needling ( 5 Credit Hours )
3. Technique of Puncturing ( 5 Credit Hours )
4. Clinical at our Hospital. ( 10 Credit Hours )
5. Out door Case taking ( 30 Credit Hours )
6. Study of Meridian, Ren, Kidney, Spleen,
Gall Bladder ( 15 Credit Hours )
7. Examination Part 3 ( 1 Credit Hour )

Module Four
1. Stimulator and Stimulation, Laser, Cunometer ( 5 Credit Hours)
2. Moxibustion ( 5 Credit Hours )
3. Therapeutic ( 5 Credit Hours )
4. Clinical Practice at Hospital ( 10 Credit Hours )
5. Study of Meridians, DU, Urinary Bladder ( 15 Credit Hours )
6. Examination Part 4 ( 2 Credit Hours )

Type of Courses

Full Time / Distance Learning / Part Time *

Type of Course Duration Certificate Study Duration
Basic Course - One week Intensive Course Cert.Acu. 30 Credit Hours
Diploma In Acupuncture - One Year D. Ac 150 Credit Hours
Master In Acupuncture ** - Three Years M.Ac 500 Credit Hours
Membership of Research Institute of Acupuncture MRIAc 150 Credit Hours

* Distance Learning is meant for foreign students or practitioners who are living far
away from our campus.
** For M.Ac ( Thesis Presentation)

Other Short Courses Offered:
Cupping / Blood Stasis / Bekam 2 days ( 16 Credit Hours )
Moxibustion and Related Subjects 2 days ( 16 Credit Hours )
Reflexology 2 days ( 16 Credit Hours )
Clinical Practice 7 days ( 36 Credit Hours )

Homoeopathy - Full Time / Part Time Course.
Basic Course - D.F.Hom 1 year ( 105 Credit Hours)
Advance Course - B.H.M.S. 4 years ( 420 Credit Hours )

Master Course - M.D.Hom 5 years ( 1000 Credit Hours )

Post Graduate in Homeopathy
M.F.Hom. Thesis Presentation ( 200 Credit Hours )
F.F.Hom Thesis Presentation ( 300 Credit Hours )

Application For Courses, please write to:

The Registrar,
The Faculty of Homeopathy Malaysia - FAHOM ®
No.122 Taman University, Gelang Mas, Meranti
17010 Pasir Mas, Kelantan, Malaysia
Tel: 019-9401915
E mail:

Intake of Student : Open to all Malaysian / Foreigners. Lecture started first week of every month.

Medium of Instruction: : According to your choice either English , Malay or Chinese.

Mode of Payment: by Cash / Western Union Money Transfer

No Credit Cards.



Akupunktur Bahagian Mata
Oleh Nik Fairuz Hakim
Registrar Jabatan Pengajian China - Akupunktur
Fakulti Perubatan Homeopathy Malaysia, kelantan

The Eye Acupuncture therapy, is used to treat diseases by applying acupuncture at the acupoints around the eyeball and on orbital edge and it is developed from the 'diagnostic method of diseases by inspecting 'eyes' established by Hua Tuo ( a famous ancient physician in Han's Dynasty in China ) and after analyzing and summarizing the clinical observation and treatment of physicians in following successive dynasties.

After a diagnosis is made by observing the minute changes of blood vessels on conjunctiva of eye, the acupoints around the eyes are selected according to the principle of differential diagnosis and treatment in traditional Chinese medicine to treat various diseases, such as acute muscular sprain, early stage of apolepxy ( stroke) with hemiplegia and diseases of pain with a good therapeutic effect.

Theoretical basis of Eye Acupuncture

The origin or terminals of 8 out of 12 channel / meridians ( except lung, spleen, kidney and pericardium meridians ) are located in the region around eye, but the latter 4 meridians have an indirect connection with the eye through a link with their exterointeriorly correlated meridians. As mentioned in Miraculous Pivot, an ancient classical book on acupuncture:

- " The essence of all internal organs can be supplied to eyes…"
- " the blood and qi of 12 meridians and 365 collaterals can be supplied to the orifices on face ; and the Yang qi is supplied to eyes to produce the essence of eyes.."
- "All meridians are connected with eyes." Sue Wen
- " The eye is an organ to which all meridian assemble."

Therefore, the eyes are closely related to the internal organs and meridians and acupuncture applied at the acupoints around the eye can be used to treat many diseases of the whole body.

Titik Akupunktur Di Bahagian Mata
Kebiasaannya titik-titik akupunktur disekitar mata digunakan dalam kes-kes seperti mata kabur, katarat, buta warna, bintik-bintik pada mata, pemandangan silau, mata juling, sakit mata awal, double vision, dan lain-lain.
Rawatan akupunktur banyak membantu memulihkan kesihatan mata pesakit.

Laser in Acupuncture

By Ac Nik Fairuz Hakim bin Nik Omar

Laser stands for “Light Amplification by Simulated Emission of Radiation” lasers have become a rage in the west. It was therefore not long before a laser acupuncture therapy apparatus was designed and made there. In acupuncture, the laser beam is directed at acupuncture points to bring about relief. From the patient’s point of view, it is well accepted as there is no needle penetration.

The laser used in acupuncture therapy has helium-Neon gas (Hene Laser) as the emitting source of radiation. It has an output of 25 milliwatts, a penetration depth of 5 mm and a wavelength of 6,320 Angstrom units (red part of the spectrum). The red part of the spectrum is capable of the highest level of transmission and skin penetration. The theoretical basis of laser stimulation is that acupuncture points are specific points where absorption of various forms of energies like heat, light, sound, electricity, magnetism, etc., is greater than in the surrounding area.

Stimulation in this therapy is caused solely by absorption of light through the skin. Considering that the penetration of the skin is only 5 mm as against the average depth of 1 to 1.5 cuns by needle penetration, the main use of laser therapy is in skin conditions
The laser is giving wonderful results in cosmetic conditions like acne, pimples, wrinkles, scars, etc. it can also be used in children’s diseases, especially in deafness.

The cost of acupuncture laser varies from RM 500 to RM 5,000. At the moment the German Acupuncture Laser from Sieman & Co is considered as the best.
Much work still remains to be done in charting out more and more applications of this master innovation.

Acupuncture & Sexual Disorder

How Acupuncture Can Help

There are 24 Acupuncture Ponits from The Ren Channels or Conception Vessel to choose for Sexual Disorder in Men and Women.

Form Ren 1 Huiyin , Ren 2 Qugu, Ren 3 Zhongi till Ren 23 Lianquan and the last Ren 24 Chengjiang.

We need to understand and select about 5 to 10 Acupuncture Pomits for Sexual Disorder such as:

In Men:

What Acupuncture Can Treat

Here is a brief list of Male Health problems that Oriental Medicine and Acupuncture can help:

Premature Ejaculation
Low Sperm Count
Diminished Sperm Motility
Testicular Pain
Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy
Male Infertility
Male Climacteric (men-opause)

In Ladies / Female:

Irregular Period
Painful Period, mental and emotional
Fibroid, infertility
Stress and Tension
Frigidity / Loss of Sexual Desire in Ladies
Menapause, etc
Akupunktur banyak membantu merawat kes-kes kelamin atau masalah seksual baik dikalangan lelaki mahupun wanita. Dengan kepakaran seorang ahli akupunktur, masalah zakar lembek, prematur ejekulasi, postat dapat diatasi dengan baik melalui kaedah perubatan akupunktur.
Ahli akupounktur wanita di kelinik kami juga dapat membantu isteri tuan yang mempunyai masalah seksual dengan bagus melalui titik-titik yang ditetap khas. selamat mencuba.
Ahli Akupunktur Wanita di Kuala Lumpur

How Does Acupuncture Works

How does acupuncture work?

The Eastern Explanation for how Acupunctures works is that the life energy flowing through the body which is termed Qi (pronounced chee) can be influenced and balanced by stimulating specific points on the body. These points are located along channels of energy known as meridians that connect all of our major organs. According to Chinese medical theory, illness arises when the cyclical flow of Qi in the meridians becomes unbalanced or is blocked.

Western Explanation: Definition of Acupuncture
Acupuncture is the stimulation of specific points located near or on the surface of the skin which have the ability to alter various biochemical and physiological conditions in order to achieve the desired effect. Explanation of How Acupuncture Works

Acupuncture points are areas of designated electrical sensitivity. Inserting needles at these points stimulates various sensory receptors that, in turn, stimulate nerves that transmit impulses to the hypothalamic-pituitary system at the base of the brain.

The hypothalamus-pituitary glands are responsible for releasing neurotransmitters and endorphins, the body's natural pain-killing hormones. It is estimated that endorphins are 200 times more potent than morphine. Endorphins also play a big role in the functioning of the hormonal system. This is why acupuncture works well for back pain and arthritis and also for P.M.S. and infertility.

The substances released as a result of acupuncture not only relax the whole body, they regulate serotonin in the brain which plays a role in human and animal disposition. This is why depression is often treated with acupuncture.

Some of the physiological effects observed throughout the body include increased circulation, decreased inflammation, relief from pain, relief of muscle spasms and increased T-cell count which stimulates the immune system.

Bagaimana Akupunktur Bertindak dan Apa Kelebihan Rawatan Akupunktur

Sebenar banyak kebaikan rawatan akupunktur yang tidak diketahui oleh
masyarakat Melayu di Malaysia. Akupunktur salah satu rawatan terbaik untuk
menghilangkan kesakitan tanpa menggunakan dadah atau racun. 'Acupuncture - Pain Relief Without Drugs'
Kebaikan akupunktur adalah dalam merawat kes-kes sakit urat saraf seperti
lumpuh, strok, migrain, sakit bahu, sakit belikat, sctica, lumbago sakita
pinggang, sakit luntur, terseliuh, tersalah urat leher, pakinson,
terketar-ketar, dsb.
Untuk mendapatkan rawatab akupunktur di Kuala Lumpur sila hubungi

Student Study Acupuncture on Horses at our Acupuncture College , Gelang Mas, Pasir Mas, Malaysia

Animal Acupuncture
Equine Acupuncture
Students study Acupuncture on Animals while study at our Academy of Acupuncture at Pasir Mas, kelantan, Malaysia.
It is part of our subjects.

History of Acupuncture In China

Sejarah Akupunktur di Negara China


Acupuncture is a very ancient form of healing which pre-dates recorded
history .The philosophy is rooted in the Taoist tradition which goes
back over 8000 years. The people of this time period would meditate
and observe the flow of energy within and without.They also were keen
to observe man's relations with nature and the universe.There were many
sages of this period, but the most legendary was Fu Hsi, who lived in the
Yellow River area of China approximately 8000 years ago.

By observing nature, he formulated the first two symbols, a broken line and unbroken line.
These symbols represented the two major forces in the universe - creation
and reception - and how their interaction forms life.This duality was
named yin-yang and they represent the backbone of Chinese Medicine
theory and application.Fu hsi then discovered that when yin-yang fuse,
a creative action occurs, and this gives birth to a third aspect.

Fu Hsi then pondered on how this triplicity occurs eight times and this led to
the eight trigrams and then 64 hexagrams of the I-Ching (Book of Change).
The I-Ching shaped the thinking for years to come and every influential
book on Chinese Medicine is based upon its fundamental philosophy.
The primitive society of China is divided into two time periods-

The Old Stone Age(10,000 years ago and beyond) and the New Stone Age
(10,000-4000 years ago).During the Old Stone Age knives were made
of stone and were used for certain medical procedures.During the New
Stone Age, stones were refined into fine needles and served as
instruments of healing.

They were named bian stone - which means use of a sharp edged stone to treat disease.Many bian stone needleswere excavated from ruins in China dating back to the New Stone Age.
The most significant milestone in the history of Acupuncture occurred
during the period of Huang Di -The Yellow Emperor (2697-2597).
In a famous dialogue between Huang Di and his physician Qi Bo, they
they discuss the whole spectrum of the Chinese Medical Arts.

These conversations would later become the monumental text -
The Nei Jing (The Yellow Emperors Classic of Internal Medicine).
The Nei Jing is the earliest book written on Chinese Medicine.
It was compiled around 305-204 B.C. and consists of two parts:
1. The Su Wen(Plain Questions) -9 volumes - 81 chapters
The Su Wen introduces anatomy and physiology, etiology of disease,
pathology, diagnosis, differentiation of syndromes, prevention, yin-yang,
five elements, treatment, and man's relationship with nature and the cosmos.
2.: The Ling Shu (Miraculous Pivot,Spiritual Axis)- 81 Chapters
The Ling Shu's focus is Acupuncture, description of the meridians,
functions of the zang-fu organs, nine types of needles, functions of the
acupuncture points, needling techniques, types of Qi, location of 160 points.

Approximately 1000 BC, during the Shang Dynasty, hieroglyphs showed
evidence of Acupuncture and Moxibustion. Bronze needles
were excavated from ruins, but the bian stones remained the main
form of needle.

During the Warren States Era(421-221 B.C.) metal needles replaced
the bian stones. Four gold needles and five silver needles were found
in an ancient tomb dating back to 113B.C. The Miraculous Pivot
names nine types of Acupuncture needles.The Historical Records
notes many physicians practicing Acupuncture during this time.

Another milestone for this period was the compilation of the Nan Jing
(Book of Difficult Questions).The Nan Jing discusses five element
theory, hara diagnosis, eight extra meridians, and other important topics.
From 260-265 A.D., the famous physician Huang Fu Mi, organized
all of the ancient literature into his classic text -Systematic Classics
of Acupuncture and Moxibustion. The text is twelve volumes and
describes 349 Acupuncture points.

It is organized according to thetheory of: zang fu, Qi and blood, channels and colllaterals, acupuncture points, and clinical application. This book is noted to be one of the
most influential text in the history of Chinese Medicine.

Acupuncture was very popular during the Jin, Northern,Southern,
Dynasties (265-581A.D.). For generations the Xu Xi family were
known as the experts in the art of Acupuncture.During this time period
important texts and charts enhanced knowledge and application.
Acupuncture experienced great development during the Sui (581-618)
and Tang (618-907) Dynasties.Upon request from the Tang
Government (627-649A.D.), the famous physician Zhen Quan revised
the important Acupuncture texts and charts.

Another famous physician of the time, Sun Simio, wrote Prescription with a Thousand Gold for
Emergencies (650-692). This text includes data on Acupuncture from
various scholars. During this period Acupuncture became a special branch of
of medicine and practitioners were named Acupuncturists. Acupuncture
schools appeared, and Acupuncture education became part of the Imperial
Medical Bureau.

During the Song Dynasty (960-1279),the famous physician Wang Weiyi
wrote, The Illustrated Manual on Points for Acupuncture and
Moxibustion. This book included the description of 657 points.
He also casted two bronze statues on which meridians and points were
engraved for teaching purposes.

The Ming Dynasty (1568-1644) was the enlightening period for the
advancement of Acupuncture. Many new developments included:

1. revision of the classic texts
2.Refinement of Acupuncture techniques and manipulation
3.Development of Moxa sticks for indirect treatment
4.Development of extra points outside the main meridians
5.The encyclopedic work of 120 volumes- Principle and Practice
of Medicine was written by the famous physician Wang Gendung
6.1601 - Yang Jizhou wrote Zhenjin Dacheng ( Principles of
Acupuncture and Moxibustion. This great treatise on Acupuncture
reinforced the principles of the Nei Jing and Nan Jing. This work
was the foundation of the teachings of G.Soulie de Morant who
introduced Acupuncture into Europe.

From the Qing Dynasty to the Opium Wars (1644-1840), herbal
medicine became the main tool of physicians and Acupuncture was

Following the Revolution of 1911, Western Medicine was introduced
and Acupuncture and Chinese Herbology were suppressed. Due to
the large population and need for medical care, Acupuncture and herbs
remained popular among the folk people, and the "barefoot doctor" emerged.
Acupuncture was used exclusively during the Long March (1934-35)
and despite harsh conditions it helped maintain the health of the army.

This led Mao ZeTong,the leader of the Communist Party, to see that
Acupuncture remained an important element in China's medical system.
In 1950 Chairman Mao officially united Traditional Chinese Medicine with
Western Medicine, and acupuncture became established in many hospitals.
In the same year Comrade Zhu De reinforced Traditional Chinese
Medicine with his book New Acupuncture.

In the late 1950's to the 1960's Acupuncture research continued
with - further study of the ancient texts, clinical effect on various diseases,
acupuncture anesthesia, and acupuncture's effect on the internal organs.
From the 1970's to the present, Acupuncture continues to play an
important role in China's medical system.

China has taken the lead inresearching all aspects of acupuncture's application and clinical effects. Although acupuncture has become modernized, it will never lose its
connection to a philosophy established thousands of years ago.

In Malaysia:

Among the Malays, Prof Dr Nik Omar is one of the pioneer of
Acupuncture in Malay Society. He set up an Academy of Acupuncture at Pasir Mas
and spreading acupuncture knowledge all over the world for the last 20 years
through his college - FAHOM refer